Ethics

Integrity is one of the core values of CresTech, as seen in our Objectives and corresponding Rules of good conduct.

Our Objectives

  • To offer opportunities for success to all our suppliers, partners and subcontractors in a spirit of fair competition and mutually rewarding collaboration.
  • To conduct our business everywhere in the world with the highest standards of honesty, integrity and fairness, in accordance with the Global Compact principles.
  • To put our staff as at the heart of our strategic development, and create conditions for the individual men and women of CresTech to reach their full potential.
  • To disclose relevant information openly and transparently with our shareholders and the financial community.

Our Rules of Good Conduct

In carrying out their professional activities, the women and men of CresTech strive to achieve our referred company Objectives, throughout the world, by complying with the following rules of good conduct:

  • Not granting, directly or indirectly, any kind of benefit to any public official for the purposes of obtaining a contract.
  • Not using for their personal profit or disclosing to a third party any insider information to which they may have access through their professional activities, and in particular, not buying or selling, or having bought or sold by a third party, any security of CresTech until such information has been made public by CresTech.
  • Avoiding any conflict of interest between their roles in the Company's business and their private interests, particularly in their relations with clients, competitors and suppliers. In this regard, CresTech staff must refrain from offering or accepting gifts or invitations which would not be consistent with acceptable practices or applicable laws. They must also refrain from investing or acquiring interests in clients, competitors or suppliers without the prior written consent of management.
  • Protecting the confidentiality of the information to which they have access through their professional activities.
  • Informing the Ethics Committee of the company about any behaviour which is not compliant with the rules we set forth.

 

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